Schema validation

by Sam » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 19:02:00 GMT


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 Hi folks ,
        I am using JDOM for schema validation but i am getting
exception java.rmi.RemoteException ...
Is the use of JDOM ok or is there any other option available ...can i
get any links for examples...
Any help would be appreciated ...
Thnx in advance ....

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